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Cheap, under-the-radar coffee shops in every state

Cheapism Logo By April Neale of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 52: Why pay for expensive Starbucks coffee when your city likely has a righteous and robust coffeehouse where you can do so much better? Deep, fresh, flavorful drip coffee shouldn't be more than $3 a cup. But where can you find affordable joe somewhere around you that's actually really good? Travel with us to superb little cafes all across America where the locals swear by their brew — keeping in mind that the coronavirus has left shops with an array of rules to operate by, with some allowing in-store drinking, others keeping customers on patios, and others limiting business to takeout. Be sure to call ahead.Related: 29 Surprising Facts About Coffee

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Why pay for expensive Starbucks coffee when your city likely has a righteous and robust coffeehouse where you can do so much better? Deep, fresh, flavorful drip coffee shouldn't be more than $3 a cup. But where can you find affordable joe somewhere around you that's actually really good? Travel with us to superb little cafes all across America where the locals swear by their brew — keeping in mind that the coronavirus has left shops with an array of rules to operate by, with some allowing in-store drinking, others keeping customers on patios, and others limiting business to takeout. Be sure to call ahead.

Related: 29 Surprising Facts About Coffee

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